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Authors: Louise Tiranoff
A short documentary film by Louise Tiranoff about a boy whose little sister has Angelman Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. In this film we hear him recite a poem he wrote that shows the strong bond that exists between these siblings.
This film is one of a series on sibling relationships featuring children and adults with Angelman syndrome (AS) and part of The Angelman Project, an extensive video documentation project of this rare genetic disorder. The Angelman Project is funded by grants from The National Institutes of Health, and produced by GeneticaLens.
Louise Tiranoff, Cinematographer and Principal Investigator of The Angelman Project and founder of GeneticaLens (an independent film company specializing in films on rare disorders), is a television producer and documentary filmmaker with more than 25 years experience, including television programs and series for WRC/NBC-TV, Washington; WCBS-TV, NYC; A&E and HBO.
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|Organization:||Sprout Film Festival|
|Address:||893 Amsterdam Avenue|
New York, NY 10025
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